Resources & Publications2020-10-27T10:42:25-04:00
2709, 2022

Right to Read – Ontario Human Rights Commission Public Inquiry into Human Rights Issues Affecting Students with Reading Disabilities

September 27, 2022|Tags: |

Literacy goes beyond the ability to read and write proficiently. It includes the ability to access, take in, analyze and communicate information in a variety of formats, and interact with different forms of communication and technologies. Word-reading and spelling are [...]

3108, 2022

Inaugural Niagara Climate Change Summit Recording – June, 2022

August 31, 2022|Tags: , , |

In September, 2021, Niagara Region declared a climate emergency, to accelerate action on climate change in the community. In June, 2022, an inaugural Climate Change Summit was hosted by Niagara Region in partnership with Brock University and the Niagara Peninsula [...]

3008, 2022

Students help seniors combat isolation through connection at Mainstream

August 30, 2022|Tags: , |

A partnership between Mainstream and Niagara College has resulted in students helping older adults to connect virtually to the community around them.  A New Horizons for Seniors grant supported a one-year project which spanned 3 college terms (Spring 2021 to [...]

908, 2022

Niagara Housing Statement 2021 – Core Housing Need and Supply

August 9, 2022|Tags: , , |

Niagara Housing Statement 2021 – Core Housing Need and Supply This infographic illustrates the housing landscape in the Niagara region of Ontario. It projects the need for future housing stock; and it informs strategies that improve access to adequate, suitable [...]

2607, 2022

How People Living in Canada Consume and Acquire Cannabis: Assessing Progress in Minimizing Harms and Establishing a Safe Supply Chain

July 26, 2022|Tags: , |

How People Living in Canada Consume and Acquire Cannabis: Assessing Progress in Minimizing Harms and Establishing a Safe Supply Chain This summary highlights findings of research about behaviours and attitudes around how Canadians consume and acquire cannabis. A sample of [...]

2206, 2022

Health and Wellness Videos Shared by Niagara North Family Health Team

June 22, 2022|

The Niagara North Family Health Team has created a series of wellness workshops, which are shared on YouTube. Topics include: Finding Your Joy Easy Ways to Add Fruits and Vegetables into Your Day Laughter, Levity, Lightheartedness and Other Funny Business [...]

306, 2022

Health and Wellness Workshops and Services for all ages offered by Primary Care Family Health Teams and Community Health Centres across Niagara

June 3, 2022|

This one-page digital poster promotes the broad range of health services, including exercise programs, caregiver support, and health education offered by Family Health Teams (FHTs) and Community Health Centres (CHCs) in Niagara. The poster coincides with Seniors Month in Ontario [...]

1805, 2022

Ontario’s Long-Term Care COVID-19 Commission Final Report, April 30, 2021

May 18, 2022|Tags: , |

This report focuses on the actions and inactions that significantly contributed to the devastation experienced in long-term care in Ontario during the COVID-19 pandemic. It describes the state of the long-term care sector and pandemic preparedness before COVID-19; addresses the [...]

1805, 2022

Mno Bmaadziwin Living the Good and Healthy Life Community Safety and Wellbeing Indigenous Engagement Report Off-Reserve Niagara Region, Canada 2021

May 18, 2022|Tags: |

This report was prepared for the Region of Niagara, by Niagara Chapter-Native Women Inc., the lead agency chosen by the N.I.C.E. (Niagara Indigenous Community Executives) to conduct the Indigenous community engagements. A total of ten Indigenous organizations within the region [...]

1705, 2022

Violent victimization and perceptions of safety: Experiences of First Nations, Métis and Inuit women in Canada

May 17, 2022|Tags: , |

This Statistics Canada report presents the most current self-reported data on the lifetime (since age 15) prevalence of violent victimization, as well as the prevalence of violent victimization in the past 12 months, of Indigenous women in Canada. The report [...]